A mere two months after surprising fans with the web-released Ghosts I-IV and two weeks after surprising radio stations with new single "Discipline," Trent Reznor and his prolific Nine Inch Nails announced this morning that their hinted-at new album The Slip was available as a free and immediate download. According to Reznor, the album is being given away for free as a "thank you to our fans for your continued support." The album features ten tracks and is once again licensed by Creative Commons, allowing fans to remix it, repost it and do what they wish with it. Reznor also promises CD and vinyl copies in July.
Nine Inch Nails Release New Album "The Slip" for Free
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